The contest, which started inaccepts submissions from amateur and professional photographers from all over the world. Without further ado, here they are. Tap here to turn on desktop notifications to get the news sent straight to you.
The competition is open to females who are amateur photographers, emerging artists, and established professionals. There is no age limit. The photographs will be judged on: relevance to the theme, power of the message, originality in treating the theme, creativity, technical quality, and suitability for presentation in a workplace of an international organization and the Colombo Municipal Council.
The theme of the Contest is the empowerment of girls, with photos that represent and transmit their rights. The theme of the Regional Contest is the empowerment of girls and teenagers in Latin America, with photos that represent and transmit their rights, and how girls live their day-to-day lives in a way that is respectful, dignified and happy. Photographs must reflect boys and girls from the 13 countries where Plan International is present in the region coexisting with their daily reality, and must evocate the values and principles related to their fundamental freedoms and their empowerment PowerfulGirls.
Contests give you an assessment of how your photographs stack up against the competition as well as the visibility that comes with winning one. A major downside is most competitions come with entry fees. These costs usually go towards prize payouts, communication, marketing, and other administrative tasks. Other cons include rules that require photographers transfer all rights to the sponsor so always read the fine print as a few competitions may require this.
The Lucie Foundation is dedicated to celebrating all forms of photography, in print and online and is pleased to introduce the Lucie Photo Book Prize. We are very pleased that Ralph Hassenpflug will be jurying and curating this exhibition. She will select approximately 35 images for exhibition in the gallery, and 35 for our Online Gallery.
Participating in photography contests is a great way for photographers to get recognition and benchmark their work against peers from around the world. Whether you are a professional photographer, a student, or an amateur hobbyist, photography contests provide the perfect platform to hone your skills and evolve your expression. There is a wide range of photography contests that are sure to inspire photographers around the world, regardless of age or skill level.
In celebration of the termination of the grizzly bear hunt in British Columbia inwe embraced the shift from triggers to tripods by holding a photo contest to award the Canadian Amateur Grizzly Photographer of the Year. It is with great pleasure we can now announce the winners! We hope this contest highlights the importance of wildlife viewing as a useful conservation tool.
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The Awards are your chance to have your work recognized globally and has the power to change the careers of those who win and are shortlisted. The democratic approach of the Awards means all artists working across photography have equal opportunity to win and be seen by leading industry experts. Every competition is free to enter and categories are designed to be open to all photographic genres and abilities.